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Lack of Integrity

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Former Employee - Administrative in Edgewood, NY
Former Employee - Administrative in Edgewood, NY

I worked at Broadridge

Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO
Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO

Pros

- Great people
- Supportive teams. The people that end up working here will face the same challenges you do. As a result, they sort of band together sometimes, and have each other's backs.

Cons

- Poor management. Lack of ethics.
- As many others have stated, it is a bit "cliquey". If you are not in the "in-crowd", advancement is impossible. It does not matter how great your ideas are, what you accomplished, what you have done for the company, how committed you are, or how well you did your job. If you are not part of the group, try hard as you might to reach the sky, you will never even see it. Favoritism plays a large part in this.
- The pay and position title is low and does not represent what you actually do.
- Workload can be extreme for the pay.
- Workload is not distributed properly between employees (read above).
- It is possible and common to have responsibilities above your position/pay grade, but to be denied advancement/pay.
- Often, they will seek a new employee instead of promoting from within (with experienced employees).
- You may be required to train new employees that are hired at a position that is 2-3 levels above you. Ridiculous, because if you have the knowledge and ability, you should be put in that position.
- H/R is not particularly supportive of employees.
- Although the company is very diverse, the diversity ends once you hit any of the supervisory/management levels.
- Because of this, extraordinary talent is lost all of the time.
- Ineffective employees are often advanced, much to the detriment of the departments, and other employees.

Advice to Management

- Demand more from management.
- Ensure that employees are being treated fairly with internal surveys that are read/analyzed by upper management.
- Work with non-supervisory employees and ask for their input, about their challenges, and what can be done to help.
- Listen to suggestions from these non-supervisory employees. They are the ones doing the same things day in and day out.
- Upgrade the computer systems used by employees.
- Keep up to date with and use technology to make your whole company more efficient.
- Create a culture of integrity. Remove managers that do not adhere to the culture of integrity.
- And mostly, hold employees accountable for their lack of effectiveness.

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  1. Nice place if you know which team you are working for

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I worked at Broadridge

    Approves of CEO
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Some groups have very good experiences

    Cons

    Some groups over tax the team, are badly organized, have partial managers.

    Advice to Management

    Review all teams to make sure they all follow the same process and standards set by upper management.

  2. Helpful (3)

    Overworked, underpaid

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    Current Employee - Project Coordinator in Edgewood, NY
    Current Employee - Project Coordinator in Edgewood, NY

    I have been working at Broadridge

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Good educational opportunities, decent benefits, interesting perks, flexibility in time off, nice facilities, convenient location in comparison to other options.

    Cons

    Low pay often leads to incompetent staff. Upward mobility is very slow. Very demanding environment given the salary. Work life balance awful.

    Advice to Management

    Remember your employees are people and not just hours. Fringe benefits do not make up for low pay. Employee retention is better for business than attrition.

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